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How to work out liters in a given size tank ?

Hairy Eater

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i bought this boat fuel tank as extra tank for my small truck.... i only know the size is 1225 mm X 350 mm X 350 mm .... do you know what area is 1 liter ?...
 

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one liter would be 1000cc (cubic centremeter) or 10,000 cubic mm if im right

soo the tank would be 150,062.5 cc or 150ltrs

if my maths aint wrong that should be it:thumbsup:
 

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i would concurr with the aboce ~150L
 

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thx for that.... geeee... why didnt i remember that 1,000 cc = 1 liter in engine size... as you say just work it out in square mm ....then divide by 1,000 ....
 
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